Grateful Dead Live at Boston Music Hall on 1976-06-09
FOB Sony 152 cassette deck with Sony ecm 99a stereo mic, taper Steve Hopkins; Audience Master Cassettes > DAT > DAT clone by Dave Minor; DAT clone > CDR by Dave Handrich; CDR > SHN conversion by Matt Vernon: CDR > WAV's (EAC secure with offsets enabled) > add fades with Cool Edit 2K > track boundaries CDWave > SHN's (mkwact seekable); see info file for flaw notes. [Note: Dolby decoded version created 7/12/03]
Subject: Fantastic Show
One of the all-around best shows in my opinion, in that it's consistent in its energy and presentation of new material after just returning to touring. Certainly top 3 of 76.
The St. Stephen is amazing and rolls into a spellbinding Eyes.
Also love the Promised land and of course, the Crazy Fingers.
Subject: Great show but...
Subject: A Very Good AUD For 1976
Subject: crazy fingers
It is true that if you're interested in a perfect sounding recording this isn't your tape. The audience can at times be overwhelming. However, if you lay down and relax the recording has a very warm feeling and you feel like you really are lost in the crowd, if not always the music. A great show with great songs but then, isn't that a given?
Can't wait to unfold it and listen to the whole show.
Subject: Nice setlist, but...
Speaking of sound, it is poor--you can barely hear the vocals. A much better version is the one called "flac16 SBD/AUD Matrix."
Subject: Cow-bell heaven.
Subject: A True Gem
Subject: Excellent 1976 show
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